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Jul 13, 2010 4:30am EDT
city, maryland, which is right near the national security agency and fort meade army base. which the government is expanding, bringing thousands more jobs in there. so, it kind of depends regionally what industries are doing well and what aren't doing as well. ok, let's move on to another big topic. real estate. we know its so regional across the united states and with home buyers still worried about falling prices, how did that factor into deciding what are the best places to live? what you want in an affordable home. obviously you don't want to over pay for a home, but you don't also want a feared that is going to lose the time that you. or that there are foreclosures everywhere which it is going to be bad a matter how you slice it. so you will notice on the top 100 list, a lot of places in florida and california that may have been high on the list in previous years are not there because the housing thing is such a problem. so we looked for places where you can get a lot for your money and don't look to befallen. at least not as much as others. any specific cities that you want to
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